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Penn Jillette, Atheism, And The Holidays  March 13, 2013

From the archive – What do holidays really mean and why do most of us only celebrate certain days as holidays?

The Race to Host the United Nations  March 13, 2013
capital of the world

How did the United Nations headquarters end up in New York?

The Myth Of Persecution  March 12, 2013
The Myth of Persecution

What challenges did early Christians actually face?

Rough Justice at Guantanamo Bay  March 12, 2013
The Terror Courts

What exactly is going on at Guantanamo Bay and how are the legal maneuvers happening there different from the justice system we’re familiar with here at home?

Childs Play And Education  March 11, 2013
free to learn

How could encouraging kids to play more help make them better students?

The New Oil Landscape  March 11, 2013
Natural gas flared as waste is a new sight on the Dakota prairie, where fracking - a way of extracting hard-to-reach oil -  and directional drilling have sparked a boom. © Eugene Richards /National Geographic

What are the potential risks and rewards from new oil extraction methods like fracking?

The Changing Face Of Power  March 7, 2013
MoisesNaim

How are the fortunes of the powerful changing with global advances in infrastructure and information technology?

What Kids Teach Us About Identity  March 7, 2013
solomon

Can parents control who their children will ultimately become or should they simply accept their kids for who they are?

The Texas Legacy Of The Civilian Conservation Corps  March 6, 2013
Texas State Parks and the CCC

How did a 1930s and early 40s New Deal program improve the Texas parks system?

The Arts Of India, Southeast Asia, And The Himalayas  March 6, 2013
The Arts of India, Southeast Asia, and the Himalayas at the Dallas Museum of Art

Could an understanding of the beauty and diversity of classic examples of South and Southeast Asian art inform and alter our perceptions of what art means today?

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